Skip Navigation
Enrollment Fees

Registration Fees Due - Register Today. . . Pay Today

TUITION & FEES - 2014/15

Required Fees

 All fees are due on the same day you register.

Enrollment Fee

$46 per unit

Non-California Resident

$186 per unit

Students Visa Applicant- Capital Outlay        

$6 per unit

Campus Center Fee         $1 per unit ($10 max annually)
Health & Accident Fee (Summer $16) $19
Transportation Fee          ------------------
$7.00 (Less than 6 units)

** Summer Session students are not eligible for Go Smart (Transportation Fee) during the summer unless they were enrolled in the prior spring semester.

$7.50 (6 units or more)
Student Representation Fee   $1.00 

Optional Fees

 
Associated Student Body  $7.50 ASB Discount Sticker
Parking Permits Daily   
$2
Fall/Spring $30
Summer

$15 

Annual $75 

Swap Meet Parking - Don't Get Locked In!

 
 

Example of Calculated Fees 

 
Enrollment Fee /4units X $46 = $184
Student Center Fee / 4units X $1 =  $4 
Health Accident Fee - Summer $19 
Student Representation Fee  $1 
Transportation Fee - Under 6 units
$7


Balance Due

$215.00

Try the Net Price Calculator for an estimate.

REGISTER TODAY. . . PAY TODAY!

NOT ALL FEES ARE COVERED BY THE BOGG (FEE WAIVER).  

REFUNDS:

  • Processed automatically
  • Paid by check
  • Mailed to your address on file
  • mailed approximately 8-10 weeks after the start of the semester
  • Subject to a $10.00 processing fee
  • Refund includes $46 per unit if class is dropped after the start of the course. 

Refunds of $15.00 or less are not processed!

Full Refund Eligible If:

  • You drop your class before the beginning of the term (Full-term class=18weeks)
  • You drop your class before the start of a class (Short-term classes = Less than 18weeks)

Partial Refund Eligible If:

Pertains to the $46 per unit fee

You drop your class within the first two weeks of the term (full-term classes=18weeks) 
You drop your class within the first 10% of the class (short-term classes = Less than 18weeks)

Students who are not eligible for a refund but who can document extenuating circumstances (accident, illness, death, etc.) may petition for a refund in the Admissions & Records Office (AD/SS-100) with qualifying documentation.

Section 58508 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations states that a community college district shall not refund any enrollment fee or differential enrollment fee paid by a student for program changes made after the first two weeks of instruction for a primary term-length course, or after the 10 percent point of the length of the course for a short-term course, unless the program change is a result of action by the district to cancel or reschedule a class or to drop a student pursuant to Section 58106 (g) where the student fails to meet a prerequisite.